IAEA: Nuclear plant closer to quake epicenter not damaged like Fukushiima
Nuclear experts have found that a Japanese nuclear power plant that was closer than Fukushima to the epicenter of last year's devastating earthquake was largely undamaged because it was designed with enough safety margins.
A team from the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog says the Onagawa plant in northern Japan suffered higher levels of ground shaking than Fukushima Dai-ichi but was "remarkably unaffected" because it was well prepared.
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